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Professional facialist Julia Hart works at the Hale Clinic in London, performing advance beauty treatments for celebrities and high profile clients.
Julia required a new makeover of her current blog, to continue her brand awareness and have complete control over her content herself.
Mobile friendly, responsive with a touch of class.
Mobile app designers Applsource required a responsive website, mobile friendly for their company.
The site was matched to their existing stationery to continue the identity.
A modern, sleek and easy to navigate site was required in a Pinterest style scrolling single page, with subtle animations.
Addition of e-commerce functionality to existing site.
An E-commerce store manufacturing and selling high quality Didgeridoos worldwide. The owner Paul Cook, also teaches and performs this interesting instrument. Paul required a site that gave him the ability to show many more product images, larger images, sound clips and video. He got all of this, and a lot more.
This was a difficult store to pull-off, but where there’s a will, there’s a way!
Don’t we love tall images in the square world of E-commerce! Without every long image looking tiny in the product thumbnails, I needed a solution which I had used previously for a lighting store that had the same issue with tall floor lamps.
The thumbnail images and product large images benefit from the idea nicely and the customer pleased.
A demanding project, with SoundCloud audio, professional slides, video performances and of course as usual, everything’s responsive too.
The shop also includes, Compare, WishList, Attributes and a very slick easy checkout.
A striking E-commerce store was required for children’s clothing store Birdcage Boutique.
The site began with a logo design, then theming to compliment throughout the site and I must say a very happy and satisfied customer.
The admin part of the store also received enhancements to make the management easier to manage stock on a daily basis, plus SSL added to the store.
Previously a bespoke Contenido CMS, this new makeover has been custom built from the ground up, this time using WordPress and WooCommerce in catalogue mode.
Finally, The Kent Fireplace Company have been brought into the 21st Century, and a lovely result too.
This new makeover site has been given extensive customisation with every single element, until the client was completely satisfied.
Subtle fades and slides, a slimline overview of the the product pages, use of attributes for easier navigation for the end user.
This is a catalogue shop, with the ability to become a full e-commerce shop in the future. Tricky, but done 🙂
Launched 23 April 2013, Carrick Artificial Grass required a more productive and more appealing site than their bland outdated site.
Strong attention was also given to the links throughout the site which were favoured within Google quite well, not to lose any page rank or SEO juicy goodness.
The Theme for the site was given considerable thought and plays nice on mobile too.
1st Bus Stop recently had a complete redesign to replace their existing site built in 2004. A responsive design was required with a simple way to post news updates regarding their services to the travelling public using their bus routes.
A strong theme was given to the site, to easily remember the site and to appeal to schools and the users of the website, often school children, and conditional form logic to make quotations, testimonials, general enquiries and also a call back service easy to use via mobile devices.
Since many of their website visitors are mobile at most times, an easy way to find timetables and routes and news, or even to call them, was essential.
After being abandoned by her long distance web designer, Julia Hart was referred to me by another client who introduced me to help her detangle the mess that had been left behind by him, as well as impliment her long overdue upgrade of her live Magento shop.
After a successful upgrade to the current Magento version, a complete responsive makeover has been implemented.
The e-commerce site launched in March 2013, after satisfactory bench testing. Integration of PayPal Express Checkout and Google Shopping, Customised Analytics were also successfully included.
After extensive SEO and page speed enhancements, a good B rating was achieved at GT Metrix.
Shortly after launch, Google had gracefully listed the shop for the term “skincare shop” at position 5 amongst blue chip competitors on the first result page such as Debenhams, Marks and Spencer, The Body Shop and Selfridges. Good result.
What I Do
Apple / IT Support
WordPress & WooCommerce
Photoshop & Illustrator
E-Commerce & Branding
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